2012: Trends to Watch in Global Wealth Management
The eurozone sovereign debt crisis, natural calamities, and declines in global markets had a heavy impact on the global wealth market in 2011. It was also an active year for regulation and tax developments. Banks continued their efforts to meet Basel III capital requirements, and the US and UK increased efforts to collect tax on undeclared assets. Across the globe indebted governments will continue to focus on the offshore wealth and uncollected tax revenue of their most affluent citizens. However, the political instability that continues to gain momentum in the Arab world – and is threatening to take hold in other countries – will provide a welcome stimulus for offshore banking business. Prevailing economic instability in developed and emerging markets will encourage clients to modify their risk exposure by changing the product mix. Liquidity and capital protection will remain high on the agenda. Capital requirements will continue to encourage larger banking groups to divest capital-intensive product lines such as private equity. Request a Sample for or Inquire before buying the report Wealth Management Market
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Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include: OVERVIEW EXECUTIVE SUMMARY INTRODUCTION 2011 IN REVIEW
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Published on Apr 9, 2012
Capital requirements will continue to encourage larger banking groups to divest capital-intensive product lines such as private equity.